Continuing Education

Counseling Elders and their Adult-Children:

Clinical Challenges and Advocacy Skills

Presenter - Joseph A. Jackson, LICSW
Author of - Health Care Without Medicare:
A New Practice Manual for
Community-Based Care Management

"Whether you are a nurse or social worker, doctor or health care administrator, lawyer or finance specialist, Jackson's seminar is a must. An engaging and provocative speaker, Jackson succeeds where others have fallen short, reframing our long-term care challenge in clear, realistic, useful terms. We will have Mr. Jackson back to our organization every year to give us the edge on the single most important development in health care today โˆ’ the aging of America and the implications for the future of community-based health care."

Donald J. Parker, LCSW
President, AtlantiCare Health Services
Atlantic City, NJ

Workshop Description

Learning Objectives

Upcoming Dates and Locations

CEUs for Professionals

Other Seminars and Workshops

Workshop Description

This seminar teaches strategies essential to counseling and advocacy for frail elders, people with disabilities and their families. Participants learn client engagement, adjustment-to-loss, and family mediation counseling strategies. Ethical issues associated with conflict between family and client values, and client right to privacy and self-determination are explored.

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Learning Objectives

Identify trust-building strategies for engaging frail elders and their adult-children in a constructive, therapeutic, counseling relationship

Describe the nature and impact of loss and grieving as the central clinical issues impacting the psychological, emotional and medical stability of elderly clients

Define coping strategies for adult-children dealing with medical and financial crisis associated with caring for an aging parent

Identify stressors associated with family role confusion and competition between family and career priorities

Clarify ethical issues affecting client right to privacy, right to self-determination, and right to folly

Define illness-prevention and the diversion of institutional admissions as relevant counseling outcomes for this population

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Upcoming Dates and Locations

Contact Us for the latest scheduled events!

Or call us 1.413.637.1436
or email us at eldercare@earthlink.net for more information.

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CEUs For Professionals

This seminar is approved for CEUs for social workers, licensed mental health counselors, psychologists, and nurses in most states. Please check with us concerning your particular state by emailing your inquiry to eldercare@earthlink.net.

Other Seminars and Workshops

Joseph A. Jackson, LICSW, CCM offers this one-day workshop by invitation from health care organizations and professional groups across the country. He will adapt the seminar content and emphasis to meet your organization's needs. He can be contacted at eldercare@earthlink.net and will be happy to forward a workshop contract to you.

For Independent Care Managers

Starting an ElderCare Management Practice: From Marketing, to Service, to Success

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Eldercare Advisors, Inc.
PO Box 1855
Lenox, MA 01240
call: 413-822-1288 or 413-637-1436
fax: 413-637-0338
email: eldercare@earthlink.net